Ok, let's face it. Gym bathrooms might not be the most relaxing place to do our grooming routine. But that doesn’t mean you have to skip it altogether! Especially because sweat is filled with grease and bacteria, a powerful combination that can cause bad skin reactions.
While it is important to wash your face and body after working out, you can do it in the easiest, quick, and most satisfying way.
We’ll detail below some basic steps:
first and foremost, do not use generic gym products! Fill a travel bottle with your own cleanser and keep it at hand. Then, wash your face and body with gentle gestures.
Remember you’ve been exposing your body to heat, sweat, and tension, this post-workout grooming routine must serve as a wind-down to calm and nurture not only your skin but bones and muscles as well.
Wash your hair
Some people leave drenched in sweat after a workout, and others seem to evaporate the drip. But either way, it is essential to keep your scalp clean. This will help avoid dandruff and other hair problems.
Do you have greasy hair? You can opt for a dry shampoo, a fool-proof method that will save you a lot of time.
grab your favorite moisturizer, make sure you use either one with vitamin C, like the Alpha Facial Essence or peptides-rich, like Visage Facial Mist- and massage slowly onto your face and body. Put special attention to those areas affected by dehydration such as elbows, knees, and heels.
It will take you a couple of minutes, enjoy it! Your body will feel relaxed and fresh afterward.
Clean and moisturized, it’s time to close the deal and keep going with your day! First, apply sunscreen on the face, neck, and ears. If it’s hot and sunny outside, and you are wearing no sleeves, reinforce on the shoulders as well.
Comb and style your hair, and remember that if you use hair products, only apply a little portion of them. A pea-sized amount of gel, it’s enough for a natural look!
Are you going to try this post-workout grooming routine? Share with us your journey on Instagram: @apolloandartemisbeauty
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